Nubia Red Magic 6S pro -27 September
RedMagic 6S Pro is an update to this year’s 6 Pro, which will be released on
.There is a major change here: an upgrade to the Snapdragon 888+ chipset, which should bring with it a (slightly) improved gaming performance
.Elsewhere, you still have a 165Hz refresh rate monitor with a 720Hz touch sampling rate on the spacious 6.8-inch AMOLED display, while 66W fast charging will keep the phone running – but be aware that you only get a 30W charger in the box, so will have to pay for maximum speeds.Read more about the RedMagic 6S Pro
Xiaomi 11T – 1 October
The Xiaomi 11T series is essentially a more affordable, blended look for the Mi 11 flagship from earlier this year.The 11T Pro launches in the UK on October 1st, with the standard 11T following a week later on October 8th.
Both have the same triple rear camera – with 108Mp main lens – and 120Hz AMOLED screens lined with Gorilla Glass Victus.The main differences are the chipset – a Dimensity 1200 in 11T with Snapdragon 888 in Pro – and charging – with 67W wired speed in 11T and stunning 120W wired charging in 11T Pro.Learn more about the Xiaomi 11T series
Huawei P50 – 21 October
After teasing them at the launch of HarmonyOS, Huawei has now unveiled the P50 and P50 Pro in China and it looks like they will be officially unveiled to the West at an event on October 21
.Both phones feature the new HarmonyOS operating system and feature OLED screens with high refresh rate, fast charging and powerful camera settings.
Strangely enough, they both use the Snapdragon 888 (with a Kirin 9000 variant of the Pro model as well) but use 4G versions of the chip – a limitation of the company’s ongoing commercial restrictions in the US. This means that they are as fancy as these phones, they are only for 4G and still do not have Google mobile services.